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doing up here? (man) i'm thinking. well, don't think! talk. talk to me! jesus christ! you can't walk out of a meeting like that. you say, "excuse me." you say, "pardon me." otherwise they think it's something that they said. did they say anything? (man) no. howard, talk to me. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here; okay? you put in a million dollars -- a year, maybe two -- three at the most -- you're walking out with four million bucks. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things; okay? ♪ (music plays) talk to me, howard. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here. you put in a million. a year and a half, maybe two -- three at the outside -- you take out four million, maybe more. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things. ♪ (music plays) don't do it, howard. i said, "don't do it." i said, "don't do it." (man) do you know her? hi. i'm howard. i know. i'm susan. (man) okay. great. good. thank you. thanks. (man) you're welcome. we'll be in touch. ♪ (music plays) so what we gotta remember is that the scene that we're gonna shoot fi
. why don't you go to school around here? all the music schools in boston turned me down. what about a nice community college... a good teacher's college? i want to study music. this is the only music school that accepted me. what about kevin? what about us? kevin's almost 18. he can take care of himself. and with a little help from him you'll be fine, too. this is my big chance. so, what do you want from me? i... ( sighs ) nothing. just your approval. you want my approval? no way. what? n-o. no way. that's it? end of conversation? what do you want me to say, that i'm thrilled? i gave you my opinion, but you don't care. but dad, this is something i really want to do. there's a lot i want to do, too. but you don't always get what you want in this world. rebecca: but i'm not going forever. i'll call. i'll visit. visit? who's going to pay for that? i will. and where are you going to live out there? rebecca, do you know how expensive it is to live on your own? yes, i do. i have a place to stay. i dot understand. rent free. where? at nancy shaw's. that woman! were's my cane? i know you do
pipes broken and you can have a gas leak. if you smell gas, leave the /tkaors open, don't operate electric switches that will cause a spark. don't use your cell phone. use the cell phone outside or a neighbor's phone to call 911. get everyone out of the building, close the gas valve and forget it. don't open it up again. there is probably a leak and you will have troubles wait for pg and e to test it. what's the most important thing in an emergency? everyday, water. somewhere in front of the house you will see these. san francisco water department. how do you get in here? easy. a long screwdriver or pry bar. pull it this way and the whole thing will lift out. even if it's crusty you can get it out. that's what it looks like. that's brass covered water meter. there it is. how would you tell if water was leaking if the building without going in there? that thing woulding pegged. this guy would be spinning. here's how you shut it on and off. like the gas thing, the valve thing with the square head. there are a couple of ears. you lineup the 2 ears. there is a hole to put a padlock.
a very controversial kengs. >> i don't say you should be ashamed of those people. every young kid hated her but they never red about her. is it shocking to you that a lot of people were out there on the streets rejoicing. >> i'm from britain. all i here is victory towards her. every time i go home and we're sitting in a giant mansion where their fathers were newspaper men and fruit stand guys and there is this thriving middle class and they drink wine and bitch about thatcher. you know how you go to china and see statues? i just came up with this. i think that the brits don't see their innate disgusting resta restarted classism as a terrible thing. she was a working class girl. she said anyone can make it and she changed that. . . that was so fundamentally british. they don't like freedom. >> we talk about how much i can't stand andrew sul van. his piece of thatcher nails this. he talks about resentment of success and the left wing hostility. they don't like seeing somebody do great. when you point out that she didn't just free the u.s.s.r., she freed england. but she is still an awful
the questions but we will be presenting you with numbers next month. >> i kind of have a just... i don't know. the thing about the other the cal trans, reading this, i can't determine whether the cal translegal department asked us to replace cal transgeneral parking or whether it is the parking for the lawyers for cal trans. yes, it is for the lawyers they parked in the former. >> yes, they parked in the former transbay, terminal. and this is a condition as for so long as their offices in san francisco that we will provide them with replacement parking that was in the formal terminal. >> that is very interesting. >> those lawyers. >> how many parking spaces? >> we pay for about 20 spaces it is just under 7600 a month. >> you think that they would be better to us, wouldn't you? >> okay. and i actually have the exact same question when i read the report. i was wondering if that was... >> it was the employees and that is amazing is there a team so in congress with what this project is about, and what the city's first transit policy. do we think that we have the opportunity to renegotiate that? >
of terrorism, end quote and added this. >> what we don't yet know is who carried out this attack or why, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization, foreign or domestic, or was the act a benevolent individual? >> the special agent in charge of the fbi's boston field office discussed what they found. >> among items partially recovered are pieces of black nylon which could be from a backpack and what appears to be fragments of bb's and nails possibly contained in a pressure cooker device. we are expediting the evidence to our laboratory in quan taco, virginia for analysis. >> no terrorist group has claimed responsibility and as one official told the new york times, such a claim would help investigators as they try and weed out suspects. hard to argue that, rick. it is hard -- it is not funny, but it is kind of scary when you are looking for a break in the case, and the break in the case is a person admitting they did it. isn't it kind of scary that's all you have? >> i think actually this happens a lot with stories. stories break and investigators are looking for help
that forge them. you know, i think this is really helping. i don't live near here, you know. she's massaging me and i'm making conversation. i don't like to talk during a massage. neither do i, but i figure they're bored. i do that, too. i feel guilty about getting the pleasure so i talk. it stops me from enjoying it. there's nothing to eat. oh, i forgot to tell you. i'm telling a story. o.k., go ahead. you never go shopping. it's not like it's a really funny story. what happened? she mentioned she had a son. then for some reason i launch into the story about the kid from pennsylvania who was abducted. oh, wasn't that terrible? yes, it was. not even an apple. that was stupid. i know it was stupid. really stupid. i just said it was stupid. what about this? take it. you really said that? would you stop it already? so? what did she say? she seemed to get paranoid. this is terrible. what is this ginger? i hate ginger. i can't understand how anyone can eat ginger. i have a good masseuse. she's not just a masseuse. she's a physical therapist. there's a big difference. it's a real medical procedure
. the jury can't read her tweets, right? >> maybe they are. that's the problem in arizona, they don't know what the jury is not seeing or haven't seen. that's why that one juror got kicked off. have you followed this? >> you followed it more than i have. >> not really. >> if she's not breaking the law, if what she's doing is fine -- >> if she wants to defend herself then please stop using taxpayer money with the public defender that she has and defend herself. then she could stand up in front of the jury and tweet to her heart's desire. if she's using taxpayer money for a defense lawyer, she should shut up. >> yeah, move on! >> still don't understand that. greg, tucker said twitter is the perfect medium for arias. you said yes, as if you knew exactly what he was talking about. >> i was thinking p saabout sal and pepper -- i was. >> he was an anti-nazi pastor. >> look at andy. captain google. >> i absolutely looked it up. on the other hand, i wouldn't have pretended to know what it was if i didn't. >> yes! bill, you pointed out that arias tweeted of the prosecutor, hmm, anger management pro
of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people each. putting out the fires. you will go into a dark room and doing a search. you will be treating people
madalinas you don't want to add to the off-peak just the peak where it's needed. we also separately feel there is a role for company ramp madalinas. companies want to control their own business. but the reality is that for a ramp madalinas i want tow be able to holiday the dispatch accountable for getting there. so if there's going to be a role the ramp madalinas are the place for it to be and that will serve two purposes at once. almost there. direct laefs is quite controversial it has been in the city already. so it was all no, they don't want the m t a to get into the business. they're only providing the madalinas in a different form. but when he went out and asked drivers more than half strongly agree 5 out of 5 that drivers without madalinas should have the choice to lease the madalinas directly. and the trust issues were apparent. they really want that choice. now madalinas holders a third of them want the choice too. but there's definite majority rule drivers out there you don't make them do it but to give them that option. now we presented all this report to town hall so it's wor
, if you can call it that ♪ obama said kill you going to get me impeached, you don't need this [ bleep ] anyway, chill with me on the beach ♪ >> greg: did president obama really give them the nod? we will get to the bottom of the controversy if there is one. caution, you are are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> greg: i'm greg gutfeld in for bill o'reilly. jane fonda telling veterans and other critics threatening to boycott the new movie to "get a life." the far left fonda is playing nancy regan in the film "the butler" due out in october. many americans are objecting to the casting of who they still call hanoi jane. she was photographed seated on an antiaircraft gun. the factor caught up with fonda few years ago at an antiwar rally in d.c. >> we just wanted to follow up on the question about the people who died -- after people deed in vietnam what do you think might happen to the iraqis? will you concerned about what will happen to the iraqis if we leave. >> i'm concerned about what is happening to the iraqis right now. >> what do you think about wha
a change. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. please don't close down our schools. john: and grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 70. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millis. and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. that i our showonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. ♪ [applause] john: a f public schools have managed to escape most of the constrais of the education, and somef them do a much better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere inmerica, and we will take it, and we will outperform the other schools in five years. john: the hard workers year. >> the case in american indian schools now have some of the highest test scores in california. >> you can do that in the same amount the state gives every school. less. it's true. the students at the american indian charter schools in california a sell, even though the government spends less on them. terrific. but the founders of the sch
that because the rules are so complex. >> i have an accountant. >> you don't want to do it yourself. >> i have no idea and i promise this is true. >> he does my taxes. i don't want to pay him but i have to because i understand the rules. i bet you don't either. tonight we will test to. >> one state offers a $50 tax credit for losing both arms. >> that shows how crazy the irs took your money to make the film that without them the earth would be in chaos. >> money laundering, bribery >> some people want higher taxes, but we are already taxed to death. that is our show. tonight. john: justice oliver wendell holmes once said taxes are what we pay for a civilized society. liberals like to cite that but he said that in 1927 when taxes were just 10 percent of gdp. that is enough to pay for a civilized society but government has grown so far far, so fast it is now spending 40 percent of gdp. is too big but i do want to to pay my fair share. what is fair? i now give most my income to the government. pork people pay a smaller percentage of those say that's fair. budget congressmen louie gohmert says it
and hopefully we don't end our lives in tragedy. this isn't tragedy like the ancient greeks used to do like sophocles and euripides. we have our principal characters and a greek chorus (music). >> i'm an ares, i'll be playing the role of the prince. that's it for costumes, guys, we're on a tight budget. what makes a tragedy a tragedy? the ancient greeks would say it's from a king falls from grace. he was once a great king but a few scenes later he was blind and starving. it's the choices you make that determine your outcomes. now, before we begin i want you to guys to remember this story is based on true events. this is fictionalized. >> we didn't paint that on that wall. >> look at my store. every time someone paints on my wall, you show up. >> i'm sorry, but according to the city's ordinance. >> according to the ordinance, it costs over $200. you know who is doing it, what are you going to do to stop them. >> are you the police? >> code enforcement. >> code enforcement, the garbage man, i don't care. i called over an hour ago. just because my door faces the boulevard these kids t
. [music] ♪ either way, i'm looking 10 years older ♪ ♪ dykes on bikes that's what this woman likes don't be so cruel you're starting to drool ♪ ♪ when the clock ticks down your time will then be gone ♪ ♪ oh, she's my enemy ♪ jumpin' on strangers-- ♪ savin' the money just to make yourself young-- ♪ ♪ 19 whipping under a-- --on the ground ♪ ♪ --twisted ground wondering why we don't-- ♪ ♪ oh, she's my enemy ♪ oh, she's my enemy [music] cool it down. slow it down. breathe. slow it down. get your heart rate down. very good. slow it down. now, we're gonna work the legs. grab your chair. now, we're gonna work the chest. grab your weights. put them up. tight. hands up. and in, out. squeeze it. out. work those pecs. i find it offensive. the things you find... smut. oh. oh god, oh god, oh god, lance. oh, lance, i have something to tell you. oh. oh. you know i've wanted this from the beginning. now, come on, admit it. you wanted me too. oh, but, lance, what about tracy? oh, she's nothing to me. nothing. - what about brett? - nothing. - muffy? - nothing. - stacey? - nothi
no arrests. and in fact, a suspect has not been named by name yet. we're looking for someone but they don't haven't anyone in custody yet, and they don't have identification. >> cenk: oops, cnn the most busted name in news. i had to go there. let's go to the panel. hey her here shayna is here. jayar jackson producer for "the young turks." how culpable is cnn go. >> particularly in the past few weeks i've been aggravated by cnn. the colors are red no matter what they're doing. for that reason i think they're losing their credibility even more than before because they want to give you something even though it's false to make you feel like you know what is going on. then they take it back and no one calls them out on it. >> cenk: well, shayna, you saw twitter. >> it's tweet bad. it's not a good day on twitter. so much of the news was happening first on twitter before we saw anything on cnn that further erosion of what people trust are they going to look at twitter think for themselves, turn on cnn. for cnn which makes its bread and butter in this emergency moment, this was not a good day. >>
, sool board bureaucrats trying to make a change. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. >> please don't close down our schools. john: and it grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 700%. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millions. and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. thatat is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. ♪ [applause] john: a few public schools have managed to escape most of the constraints of the education, and me of them do a muc better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere in america, and we will take it, and we will outperform the other schools in five years. john: the hard workers year. >> the case in american indian schools now have some of the highest test scores in california. >> you can do that in the same amount the state gives every school. less. it's true. the students at the american indian charter schools in california a sell, even though the gover
,000 fine if you don't have liability. will this keep america safer. >> background checkings yes. the virginia gunman was able to go on line. he hopefully, i hope not have gotten the gun. >> eric: you don't need a background check. >> i don't get one or at gun shows. >> eric: you have to pick it up from a dealer. >> you go to a gun show. >> eric: you don't there as well >> there is a gun show. >> eric: most states you are going to have to do that. >> there is loop holings. >> eric: one issue, if i tomit give my gun to the child do i have to background check my own kid? >> that is a little nuts, you knoweric. the whole thing is ridiculous. even if you stopped it and say we are going to stop gun wherever. a kid that had a knife and carved up in the middle east they use bombs. crazy people are going to do whatever they want to . alm . regulation is foolish and here you have for example, eric holder who is leading, i mean he is the attorney general of the united states and pushed fast and furious which is this have been call would dumb and dumber they pushed arms to mexican gun lord
on "the willis report." thank you for joining us. don't forget to record a show if you cannot catch us live. have a great weekend and good night from new york. neil: forget about washington, can they ever, ever get a budget deal going? it could be too late because it looks like consumers have already left. ♪ welcome, everybody,i'm neil cavuto, and charlie tells me the president told bankers of the white house this week that the economy is poised for some big things. apparently, that's not filtered down to the little folks because they aren't even doing a little buying, try no buying. last month, retail sales fell forty-tenths of a percent, chain stores, department stores weak, auto sales, electronic sales way off, and now even core sales, take out food and energy, who needs that; right? it's flat. this could be a bump, but it's been close to a half year bump because not only is the pace slowing, but that slowing is accelerating, and into this environment, the president proposes still more taxing on still more folks who are anything but rich? smokers who will see their cigarette taxes
and they believe it. you don't get a lot of interest from city hall on that. you get the business community and convince them the importance of dealing with graffiti and make that important to city hall, you'll be amazed. that was one of my most successful times, when the business community was appreciate you you aring city hall. that's our tax base. at a time when tax bases are diminishing income to citizens is diminishing, when you can show them how different it can be, that suddenly makes good business sense to them and they'll dedicate the resources to you. so, that's what's worked for me. (applause) >> anybody else up there? everybody okay with that answer? i think we're pretty grateful here in san francisco that we have a mayor that was actually the director of the department of public works. so, we know he's totally on top of it and involved. do you have another question? >> this isn't geared towards any particular speaker, but it is geared towards abatement. we have an annual volunteer event where graffiti is removed city-wide. in an effort to encourage youth to participate we are c
the night have fluctuated. we don't know for sure there. going house-to-house, or they were as of a few hours ago. officials confirmed, there have been deaths. but did not give an exact number. the waco tribune reports that several firefighters are among the missing. a number of buildings have been damaged or destroyed, including a nursing home, apartment complex and dozens of private homes. the blast could be felt, get this, as far away as 70 miles. it registered a 2.1 magnitude by the usgs. authorities are concerned about a possible second explosion. and have asked residents to remain indoors because of the threat of toxic fumes from fire. there's ammonia, perhaps, in the air. for more on the story, let's go to charles hadlock, in west, texas. you've been there for several hours now. can you update us on the information? >> we're expecting a briefing in the next few minutes or so. hopefully we'll get numbers about the casualties in this. that's what we don't know right now. we know there's more than 100 people injured, taken to area hospitals, as far away as dallas/ft. worth and waco
issues is something to get worked on, the height bonus is a very good one. but the area that i don't agree with is the parking. the south is a lot like the west of san francisco. we have cars, we use cars, we are a long ways from anywhere and oftentimes in my case being on the west side of san francisco, i have the advantage of hopping on the metro and getting downtown, however it's a longer trip from the outer mission i think and also many times our travel takes us not to corridors that are easily served by public transportation. i have patients who are historically or 45 minutes late and they come to my office because they have to take preponderance transportation and make 3-4 transfers. another of my patients has told me how much more difficult it was out there because when they first fought -- their home in the 70s there was one car to each house. now there is a corridor which might have some benefit. i can see where you want to put more types of housing, diversify your housing a little bit. i think you have to allow a restriction to have enough park to go take care of the new
. they say, we don't do that. requisition downtown. it's crazy. john: now this successful schooling. >>lease don't close down our schools. john: and it grows as the number of students increased 96%. administrative staff increase 700%. and yet they want more. but there is good news. when these protesters walked taxpayers save millions and some to learn. >> it teaches in a fun way. john: the blob verses the kids. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now johnssel. ♪ [applause] john: a few public schools have managed to escape most of the constraints of the education, and some of them do a much better job teaching. give us the worst school anywhere in america, and we will taket, and we will outperform the other schools in five years. john: the hard workers year. >> the cas in american indian schools now have some of the highest test scores in california. >> you can do that in the same amount the state gives every school. less. it's true. the students at the american indian charter schoolsn california a sell, even though the government spends less on them. terrific. but the founders of the scho
we don't know. for instance, there's a senator roger wicker? there's only 100 of these folks and i never heard that name before. roger wicker does not sound plausible as a senator. sounds more like a patio furniture store. next thing you're telling me there's a congresswoman jennifer convertible. so, the point is we don't really know that much about this ricin situation, but in boston 48 hours after the horrific tragedy there has been a major breakthrough in the reporting of all the other things we don't know. >> investigators have identified a suspect. >> i was told by law enforcement official that this was a dark-skinned male. >> suspect has been arrested in the boston bombings. >> the suspect was a dark-skinned male. >> getting some conflicting reports about an arrest. >> there is no arrest. we knew we were close. apparently no suspect at hand or one arrested. they might be close or they... well, they might have arrested. >> right now we don't have any reports. >> we don't know who is saying what to whom. >> we don't know. a dark-skinned male. stephen: so, no arrest but at least
through the crowds. you can see that yourself. what we don't know tonight is their motivation and certainly most importantly as we speak where they are right now. i'm joined by michael isikoff, special agent in charge, james cavanaugh and former fbi profiler clint van zandt. we're operating in real-time now, about an hour after this was out, people now know what these people look like, a pretty good look at them. the people who know them know that they see them or recognize them or not. they know who they are. many people may know where they are right now, what court country they come from, maybe here in the united states, we don't know. what we don't know is if it's possibly overseas. >> chris, as you and i have talked the last couple of days, this was a terrible incident was that easy for one, easier for two people to do it. now we see that it was two. they backpacked these devices in. what we find is very elaborate plans. planning goes in to carrying it out but not a lot of planning goes into the escape plan. the bottom line right now is that if these two men are still in t
pretty much get the point. you don't have to be a small businessman to see some very big problems, but it helps to have small businessmen on to see how big the problems could be to small business guys we like to rely on and get a read from, including butch, kenny, ceo, joe, and remember him in the romney ads? and david mcarthur. three guys trying to make ends meet, now at wit's ends feeling the heat. david, you first. the baker here. you say this stuff keeps up, you could stick a fork in the recovery, that's it; right? >> you know, neil, as i've said previously, i doarmt see a recovery. you know, we just came through easter. easter sales were flat and lagged behind the year before. you know, i think the american consumer is feeling this 2% that came out of the paycheck. they are feeling, you know, here in the midwest, we had a fairly cold winter, so utility prices are nipping at you, and everything's tugging at the wallet, but the wallet doesn't get any thicker, and, you know, i think all three of us are in the disposable income business, and when there's nothing left to dispose o
bases don't use the same types of classifications. the codes are not in it. >> i understand. i don't mean to belabor this. i think that we were surprised when the fda said that this is how we want you to do the calculation because it seemed a narrow and technical way as opposed to looking at the past performance and so we have to do that for their purposes but for the other program, i think that it is great that you guys are doing, we don't have to use their, some what limited methodology, we can just look at our own past performance and we can look at other projects in the region and i would want us to be inadvertently setting a low target, even though it is, again, it is just a target and it is not for the reporting purposes, i think that it is still important. >> sure, we can take a look at that and what we will do when we come back to you in june, we will look at the sbe percentage distinctly from the dbe percentage from the program wide contract. >> that will be great, thank you. >> anyone else? >> thank you. >> okay. >> so, no members of the public want to address you on that
to think long-term if we don't leas it now we will have a growing crisis happen just in a matter of a couple of years. i want to thank you again for listening to us and hearing all these things and appreciate your time. >> i have a question. how many shelter beds are there in the city? >> over 1200. 1300. >> okay. secondly, is there any sensitivity or cultural competency training for staff people? >> feasibility they have training and we have huge questions about what that looks like. >> okay. thank you very much. >> absolutely. >> jazzie. >> i have a person and being trandz gender myself. how many complaints do you hear about violation -- gender identity expression such as staff saying off the wall names and denying them of the facilities that they use with the gender. any complaints come into your office about that? >> absolutely. this is an issue that we hear people are hearing discrimination and showering and this is a huge issue and transfeminine and transmiiveg lynn and they're all experiencing this. >> yeah, i will add as a foot note about two and a half years ago
billion in new tax increases on businesses and the wealthy. i don't see by my calculations that this is not a formula for strong economic growth. >> it is it also 900 billion . jamie diamond is saying. small businesses are not spending and the confidence of small businesses is not doing so great lately. what do you think is the answer here in >> you have two different economies and two tracks. the market is doing well . i give more credit to expanding sales in foreign territories. there are places like indonesia and india and american companies are selling a lot of products. here at home, we have the same problem. we don't have enough jobs. middle class is phrinking and we have to do more for these jobs and congress has to stop obstructing the president . we have to do what it take to get people jobs. >> john, we have been letting the government do what it takes . jobs in the housing industrial complex. the best foreclosure mitigation is a job. when you look at the government policy, the government is way too much planning the economy, right? >> i would point out market hig
-the-scenes but we don't know for sure that rembrandt didn't paint the picture. as i said it was unlikely and unusual for rembrandt to do any drawings under compositions but as was pointed out to me, it also could have been rembrandt's way of saying i can do this, and i can make a portrait that looks like this. so at this time we simply don't know. this exceptional portrait from 1632 literally illuminates this amsterdam leading portraits only having established the year before. realm rembrandt's with striking 3-dimensional and this particular style was well suited for the requirement of his prosperous clientele. this portrait is in exceptional condition and one rembrandt employed through his constant work. paint passages in this composition vary from paso to diligent. you may wish to visit at the allegiance of honor where he's currently on view in gallery 14. for our portrait was painted when the artist was only 26. this portrait of an elderly man was completed in 1627. where as the quality of some artist work declines noticeable towards the end of their lives. rembrandt's late composition is charact
even though there is 25-mile speed limit there drivers don't pay attention and also around the school corridor there is a 25-mile speed limit, but i think that should be reduced to 15, and also there's no where -- there's big signage on that corner where seventh folsom street and harrison and in that area and on the middle school campus. i really am concerned that we need -- >> thank you. >> thank you. >> is it on? there it goes. let's see. that was my mother so she talked growing up there and i would also like to point out from going there in elementary and also my experiences now it's changed a lot. a lot of people are coming to the city to work and there's a lot of tourism so a lot more car congestion coming in and so in district 6 there's a lot of freeways going in and out, so you see that -- cars are trying to beat the light in the morning and in the afternoons just trying to go home and go to work, and also talking about enforcements and public enforcements there was an incident i think last month. i work at [inaudible] as a youth coordinator and took them to the park and
with the same relatively healthy income. having said that 50 percent not all at one customer's don't change their habits automatically and the industry needs time to get drivers out and drivers trained it takes experienced drivers whereo be otherwise they're all ended up at the same place like the airports. so we rementsdz additional 2 hundred in 2014. and then we come to the question of how good is a argue crystal ball as an economist were we think the best way to manage it is to judge its own privity ability. if someone commits to the industry then the case is there. as people make that collective you decision that would govern the pace of expansion and the business we expect to see growing out there. now why are sidecar and lifts a solution. while they're a new alternative and tlts there's a place for each service by roadway there's a vast market that's left under served by taxi industry. we have to remember that quite a few people don't use limousines. and of those who use limousines they almost also want that to come to their door. the limousines are more expensive and there's a safety
, and if they don't know how to put words to that, they don't know how to begin to solve the problems or ask for help and this is at the very fundamental level which we teach very, very young children. they have the do -- domains and compassion and we heard bullying is a problem with relationships and a lot of researchers talk about it like this as well. this is where we learn about having positive relationships that make a difference between peer to peer in the schools that make a difference between adults and the children in the schools and for people not just in school but i am sure all of you can look up here and in each of the domains think of something in all of them in the last 24 hours that you had to use, that you had to activate in relationships with the co-workers or spouses and these are different life skills and there is the area of responsible decision making and comes into play when you have to figure out what to do when you have a problem, so you can probably just look at that and "oh yes, i see where the connections would be" and i would like to kind of point out because w
mind of the 500 be included without a conditional use process. i generally don't like conditional use processes because it seems like every time there is a controversy over certain kinds of use whether it comes from this community or that community or one interest or another interest, we end up making it a conditional use. and because nobody can say, yeah, we want to ban it or no, or the other way, yeah let's allow it. so now we are involved in this discretionary action. but in my experience on the commission, the commission has hardly ever denied a conditional use permit. with a 1001 percent opposed to it at all levels and we an approved it anyway. and it maybe that we are not as political as supervisor avalos may want us to be, but that did eventually get over turned and the supervisor from that district was adamantly opposed to it but this commission, and she was here at our hearing and this commission went ahead and voted anyway to approve it. i think it does show the commission, i think as far as mcd's go are quite sympathetic and generally tend to approve them. i think there
when dispensaries come into a community, they improve the community. they don't diminish that community. when it comes to clustering or multiple dispensaries near each other, it's help for patients. i want to give an example of a patient may use a quarter ounce of cannabis a week, some charge 90 dollars for that and some charge $45. let's keep in mind that multiple communities don't diminish it just as multiple restaurants and bars. they benefit the community. thanks for your time. >> good afternoon commissioners. i'm here to oppose this. it's simply the wrong venue. i don't think we should give the authority to commercial districts to restrict a medical service. i think it's really important that everybody recognize that this is not been legalized for recreational use in california. this is legalized for medical other us in california. this is for patients who are trying to have access to medicine and we are not trying to put restriction on that without going through a long thoughtful process which is what we did which we came with the act. all of these regulations that are in our sf
handled the hearing, as to how the hearing went, and he said you run a tight ship. well, i don't -- i'll tell you, he doesn't need to do those kind of things, but he does them. president bush, h.w. bush, i heard, would write thank you notes like that to people, and i admire him for taking the time to do something like that. i'm feeling pretty good. this is a guy that's been there, and done it. i mean, he was a hero, and he could have set up war in germany, he asked to go to vietnam, he served there with his brother, and he just seems to be a very calm demeanor, doesn't seem to get upset, and i just hope things continue. i feel really good about secretary panetta, i feel really good about hagel. >> well, we'll leave it there, thank you very much for your time, appreciate it. >> thank you. >> and we're back with our reporter. craig, what did you hear there from the chairman of the threats that we're facing in this country, and the pentagon strategy overall? >> it is a remarkable time in washington, in that every day, we have new headlines, new stories about north korea, syria, iran, afg
and citizens? >> reporter: sure. absolutely. and add on top of that, if they don't capture him tonight, what happens tomorrow? what happens this weekend? how long can they expect bo bostonians to remain in their homes? and that's a very difficult question. on the other hand, if they can account for all ieds that might be out there, they are not going to be able to -- >> i'm going to have to hold you right there, michael mayor menino is there and i believe we're going to start the press conference. let's listen in. >> good evening, everybody. and thank you, all of you, for your patience and to all of the viewers and listeners in the area who have also been very patient. i'm going to have colonel alben give a quick update on what we can say about the ongoing investigation. i'll have a couple of comments then about the stay indoors request and the "t" and then we will turn it over to the mayor and then to chief devoe from watertown here. first to colonel alben. >> thank you, governor. good afternoon. i certainly want to thank all of you for your patience. i know you are all tired. we certainly
and i don't want to take more time but a recommendation that has come up consistently with people that we met with is some kind of mandated e endorsed and required consciousness raising with people that serve seniors and disabilities and senior population is growing and we have to make sure that lgbt seniors are treated right because this is san francisco. it's a shame what is happening. really it's -- you know, anyways it's like i say my heart was left in san francisco and my heart is getting broken in san francisco and if you for fighting for us and all the good work. thank you. >> thank you james. one more speaker and then we will be going to the city departments. hello. >> hello how are you today? i am james windsor. i live in the mission district in san francisco. my building has been for sale. it was sold in november. we went through three or four buyers. it was all torture. at one point they were bringing tours over. some 18 year old people came over. and i said "who are you? are you buying the building?" and they said there was a sign that said san francisco
washing and who among us don't have a nick or a cut on their hand and are you going to touch someone's blood and your in tac skin will protect you from most ilknows. however, if you have a cut on your hand you have a path for infection to get inside of you and you want a pair of latex gloves -- several pairs of glo gloves that you can put on and change as you go from patient t patient hopefully and at least wash your hands and disinfect your hands between patient contacts and the eyes are like an open wound and path to get into your body and glasses and take the old glasses and throw them in your kit and you have something to wear and face mask and of course dust and dirt and all of these disasters throw up dust and dirt and especially in a dryer season and push comes t shove a band da bandana. and after a disaster is not the time to let your hygiene slip and it's a time to tighten it u and communitycable diseases and if it's wet and not yours don't touch it. gloves and every patient contac and don't touch blood and it's good rule to live by. hepatitis a and sal min nillia and geria
're not supposed to, on the embarcadero they have a lane but they don't stop. i try to cross at washington and the embarcadero and it's impossible. they don't stop. i try to cross that street. so we have a lot to do. community districts can help with the funding. we don't have that downtown and david perhaps can you help with that and i think i covered it all. >> thank you. >> good afternoon. i am kevin stall and a resident of district 6 and work as a tenant organizer at the sro collaborative and district 6 has some of the most dangerous intersections in the city and i have been hit almost a couple of times in those intersections which i am glad i haven't but there is dense population of children in district 6 so i would like to make sure that the neighborhood safety be prioritized for district 6 so protect the children and their families plus seniors and disabled and anyone and everyone that lives and works and visits this part of the city so no more accidents and fatalities happen in this part of the city. thank you. >> thank you mr. stall. >> chinatown reach and improvement projec
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